Temporary name sought for Science Building

May 18, 2010

The soon-to-reopen Science Building at UCCS needs a new name, and campus leaders are hoping it will be temporary. Brian Burnett, vice chancellor, Administration and Finance, explained why in his report to Faculty Assembly at (More)

Unstoppable women

May 14, 2010

The CU Foundation will honor six women graduating from UCCS with the assistance of a Karen Possehl Women’s Endowment Scholarship at the Unstoppable Women Luncheon May 19. The 11:30 a.m. lunch will be in the (More)

Foundation trustees visit campus

May 14, 2010

Members of the 75-strong CU Foundation Board of Trustees arrived on campus Thursday for meetings. The trustees are responsible for overall direction of the CU Foundation and are led by Jean L. Thompson, chair of (More)

UCCS in the news, May 8 through 14

May 14, 2010

UCCS in the headlines from the first week of May, 2010. This week includes articles and stories from The Boulder Daily Camera, Colorado Springs Gazette, Denver Post, KKTV, KOAA and more. (More)

Officers commended

May 14, 2010

Mike Bianco, patrol officer, Public Safety, and Larry Darnall, patrol officer, Public Safety, will receive commendations from the Colorado Springs Police Department for their role in apprehending two suspects in an attempted robbery of a local convenience store. (More)

Faculty earn promotions and tenure recommendations

May 14, 2010

A dozen faculty members recommended for promotion for academic year 2010-2011 will be honored Friday with a reception at the home of Provost Peg Bacon.

The promotion recommendations are scheduled for review by the CU Board of Regents June 24.

EPIIC honors business planning contest winners

May 14, 2010

Winners of a Business Revitalization and Innovation Competition sponsored by El Pomar Institute for Innovation and Commercialization at UCCS will receive cash awards Friday morning. Aspire Biotech, Hon-Ac Auto and Access 2 Sign Language will (More)

Sisters in Crime

May 14, 2010

Members of the Kraemer Family Library staff accepted a $1,000 check this week from Sisters in Crime, an organization devoted to supporting women who write mystery novels. The funds will be used to purchase books. (More)

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